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ET Japanese stocks jumped early on Wednesday, as the market bounced back from a recent spate of heavy selling. The rest of Asia also edged higher ahead of Chinese growth data for the first quarter. The Nikkei rose 1.9% in early trade as the yen
Traders stand outside the New York Stock Exchange prior to the opening bell on Oct. 31, 2012. Reuters/Brendan McDermid Must read Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average were down 0.17 percent while futures on the S&P 500 were down 0.12 percent
Asian stock markets fell Monday following two days of U.S. declines and forecasts of lower American corporate profits. Oil rose above $104 per barrel amid renewed tensions between Ukraine and Russia. China's benchmark Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.
Also hitting Tokyo shares was continued strengthen in the yen. The U.S. dollar lost 0.5% against the Japanese currency on Thursday. All week, stocks in Tokyo have been weighed down by a stronger local currency, with the yen last at 101.45 to the
Asian stock markets were muted Thursday as worse-than-expected Chinese trade figures tempered optimism stemming from signs the Federal Reserve won't rush to raise interest rates. Tokyo's Nikkei 225 stock average rebounded from its 2.1 percent tumble
A solid start to the U.S. quarterly corporate reporting season helped shore up the mood across financial markets on Wednesday, ahead of the minutes to the last policy meeting of the U.S...One market that bucked the trend, however, was Tokyo's Nikkei
IST Share More Tracking the momentum, the Nifty index is expected to retest its crucial psychological level of 6650 in trade today. The 50-share Nifty index is expected to open lower on Monday following muted trend seen in other Asian markets.
Asian stocks started the week lower, tracking losses on Wall Street where investors knocked down internet and technology stocks over worries about valuations. Internet economy mainstays such as Google and Netflix that have surged over the past year
World stock markets lost momentum on Thursday as the S&P index in the U.S. backed off its record highs and the European Central Bank opted against loosening its monetary policies further. The Standard & Poor's 500 closed at an all-time high the day
The 50-share Nifty index is expected to open higher on Thursday following positive trend seen in other Asian markets. Tracking the momentum, the index is expected to head higher but may face some resistance above 6750 levels. At 07:30 a.m., Nifty